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Deep Soul Sessions New Year's Eve 2012 Groove

Happy New Year!  2012 has been a great year for me and I wanted to end this year on a high note.  There are a ton of great new tunes in my latest podcast that were the base of my inspiration.  I just want to wish everyone a safe and [read more]

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Deep Soul Sessions Sol Summer '12 v2 - August 2012

Yes Deep Soul Sessions got a much needed face lift and some smoothing around the edges.  New store, new look and of course a new podcast! Share.Enjoy.Love.Dance. El Musica - Osunlade The Experiment - CVO Same Thing (Spiritchaser Remix) - Osunlade & Maiya James Night Song (Yoruba Soul Mix) - Sandboy & Nanar Once Again (The [read more]

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Deep Soul Sessions - Sol Summer '12

This week marks the kick off of summer!  I receive a lot of messages from my listeners that Deep Soul Sessions is their workout soundtrack.  I believe this one will keep your heart rate going.  At some point, I started pulling older tracks that just fit my mood which in this case [read more]

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Deep Soul Sessions June 2012

Here is something to kick off June.  A few of these tracks were used on a compilation for the upcoming Digital DJs Compilation hosted by Jodine Dorce of Jodine's Corner.  I couldn't sit on this podcast too long because I've kept you guys waiting way too long. Share.Enjoy.Love.Dance. Mi Casa - Heavenly [read more]
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Deep Soul Sessions – Nuff Said

Finally as promised the new installment of Deep Soul Sessions. I am going to let the music do the talking on this one :) But as promised, here is the tracklisting for this podcast:

Tudo Que Voca Podia Ser – Nomumbah
Praise The Day – Malena Perez
On My Heart (Original Mix) – Isoul8
You belong to me (Quentin Harris Vocal Mix) – Kenny Bobien
Leela James – my joy (Quentin Harris Vocal Mix)
Mozalounge – Louie Vega Feat Anane
Gbagada, Gbagada, Gbogodo, Gbogodo (Louie Vega EOL Mix) Luisito Quintero
Elements Of Life (Quintero Beats) – Louie Vega Feat. Blaze
Amazing Love (Roots Mix) – Louie Vega Pres Anane
Find The Way (Main Vocal Mix) – Ethan White & Lisa Shaw
Blue On Black EP (Central Souls) – Office Gossip
If You Only (Rasmus Faber Remix) – Chieko Kinbara
Sandboy and Nanar (Yoruba Soul Mix) – Night Song EP
Mesmerized (Alix Alvarez Dub Mix) – Miguel Migs
Love Can Damage Your Health (Abicah Soul & Dennis Ferrer Remix) – Telepopmusik
Dont (CASAMENA Remixes) (Backyard Remix) – Monday Michiru

You can download the podcast from this link by right clicking it and saving the mp3 file or just clicking it will allow you to stream the file online. Listen and send feedback!

Deep Soul Sessions – Nuff Said

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Dedication Podcast – Deep Soul Sessions

In the past I have dropped a straight hour or two of [tag]podcasts[/tag] featuring some of my favorite DJs/Producers:

[tag]Louie Vega[/tag]
[tag]Osunlade[/tag]
[tag]Franck Rogers[/tag]
[tag]Quentin Harris[/tag]
[tag]Rasmus Faber[/tag]

I’ve also been awarded a few new listeners who send a host of requests, I want to know, who would you like to see showcased?  The highest number of votes will get an ultimate [tag]Deep Soul Sessions[/tag] throwdown.

Coming up next, “NUFF SAID”… the [tag]Deep Soul Sessions[/tag] long lost mix that I originally started as the Quentin Harris showcase.  I ended up doing it again but with a whole new first hour playlist, which is what you got as the “Memorial Day Madness” mix.  This one is right out of the gate bangin….

Nina

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If You Were A DJ…

I recently suffered the loss of my grandmother who was extremely close to me. She had been suffering from dementia for eight years and after further research on this disease, I realized that she had lived around the average lifespan associated with that disease. I felt like my world was coming down on me until I started playing music a few nights after she died. It was almost 2:30 in the morning before I retired for the night. I then realized, as a DJ, how music can effect everyone differently.

I ended up on a road trip to Chicago recently and on the way back to Detroit, we listened to about three cd’s it changed the mood of the whole trip. Again music can be the catalyst for so many emotions, so I got to thinking, if you were a DJ, what would you play?

If at this very moment you were behind the table and you have to play a song that described what you were feeling, what would it be?

Today…it would be …Beautiful – India.Aire 

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Jill Scott Photos…

Well as promised, here are the five, yes I said five decent shots from the Jill Scott show on Thursday night.  Even though I was a part of the media, it was quite difficult to snap pictures.  Needless to say, I did my best. 

Enjoy!!

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The Jill Scott Experience….

6/21/07 [tag]Jill Scott[/tag] – Detroit, MI 

We all got the sense that she was going to be something more than great. We had the pleasure of experiencing her in many ways before we laid eyes on her or at least caught a glimpse of her singing over The Roots tracks. We had the pleasure of finding out her name was J-I-L-L-S-C-O-T-Tttttttttttttttttt….. Jill Scott Representing North Philly! Or we called her Jilly From Philly. The Black Lily shows, $15 shows at your local underground spot, the conversations or debates over who was better, Erykah or Jill?! The polls always put them at a dead tie because everyone looks to Jill for that “something” and we can say the same about Badu.

Jill sang to a packed house at Detroit’s Chene Park Amphitheater along the waterfront last night. The view was amazing and I am sure she felt a rush after seeing the setting and her crowd awaiting after Detroit’s own Dwele was the set up man for the evening. She introduced a few new tracks from her upcoming summer realease, [tag]The Real Thing [/tag]and seemed to welcome the warm reception to her upcoming project.

With that being said, I loved the show but there was something missing. She did not banter with the crowd as much as she has been known to and I do not recall her leaving her stance unless she was conducting the band to their respective solos. The reminants of Jilly from Philly were there but I think she got lost on the way to the show. Maybe I’m a harsh critic, maybe it was the vibe she caught or maybe Jill is going through a tough moment. I, like many others, have been spoiled many times in the past and that is what we have to go on. However, I admire the fact that she is laying it all out on the line and doing what she does best, S-I-N-G! I’d still pay top dollar to enjoy her melodic therapy for what we like to call, life.

There was a particular show she gave and between every song there was a story. That story lead to an understanding. Which ultimately lead to me internalizing her thoughts and feelings as to what I was going through at the moment….so I could relate. I am positive that the other 4,499 people in that room took away the same feeling as I did.

That’s what made me love her music.

Last night, I felt something different. Maybe her career is shifting and I do hope it is for the best. After her set, she left to the backstage area for around twenty minutes and was escorted away by a myriad of security guards. I did not get the chance to get any media shots due to her quick flight, but I am greatful that she was here and blessed us with her presence.

Thank you J-I-L-L-S-C-O-T-T…representin’ North Philly yall…

 

[tag]The Moments, The Minutes, The Hours: The Poetry of Jill Scott[/tag]

[tag]Collaborations – 2007 [/tag]

The “taster” project to her upcoming release, The Real Thing

[tag]Beautifly Human[/tag]

Her wonderfly composed sophmore LP…

[tag]Experience[/tag]

…Jill Scott Live and a bonus cd with rare trax…

[tag]Who Is Jill Scott? Words and Sounds Vol. 1[/tag]

….the reason we got hooked lol